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they do it? developing details live from the scene. >>steve: the president knows best. he says gun owners agree with him. >> we know, for example, from polling that the universal background checks are universally supported just about. by gun owners. >>steve: really? is he really on the side of gun owners. critics say don't fall for it. we will explain. >>brian: wonder why you can't get a date for valentine's day? maybe you need to take off your facebook page, chris. tpobgz tpobgz starts now. -- "fox & friends" starts now. >>gretchen: good morning everybody. look who's back. >>steve: brian kilmeade back from the super bowl. >>brian: we are back. i've never seen that facebook picture. >>gretchen: i'm not sure why, but it reminds me of -- >>steve: this depicts a picture you should never have on your facebook page. it would make you look a little silly. >>brian: that's the big difference between dating today. you are never really on a blind date because you can google your so-called brian date. >>gretchen: i met my husband on a blind date. >>brian: did you google him? >>steve: there was no go
you. >>steve: it wasn't all football. who could forget commercials like this one? >> we're out of milk. we're going to run down the best and worst of 2013. good morning to you, brian kilmeade. >>brian: thank you. the rock and i go way back. i'll go over that relationship which has hit a roadblock. along with the hoopla surrounding the super bowl, i had a chance to go to baton rouge, louisiana, to the governor's mansion and speak to governor bobby jindal exclusively. you'll see both parts of that interview as we get started on "fox & friends" this monday. >> look at him go. he is flying! inside the 20! a kickoff return. 109 yards. >>gretchen: the ravens kobe jones with a 108-yard kickoff return. the ravens all the rave this morning beating the 49ers to win super bowl xlvii. good morning everybody. live from new york and still in new orleans, brian kilmeade. >>steve: brian, it looks as if you are in your attorney's office. what happened? >>brian: i have a library in louisiana i said if i'm going to stay monday, i'm going to get work done. unlike backdrops, these are actual books. when ev
morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve you have a lot of weather stuff to talk about. >> ours is winding down. just beginning back east. for us ours give it credit. they had two pieces of credit. the last one is moving toward the monterey and peninsula. it will be a cool day. mainly partly cloudy and breezy. here is sal. >>> 24 in lafayette westbound looks pretty good. the traffic between walnut creek and oakland is not too bad. also the morning commute on interstate 880 is looking good but remember the roads are wet. let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following breaking news out of san jose where police are investigating the death of a 24-year-old woman. officers found her body on st. james in san pedro around 3:00 this morning. they say it appears he fell from the 11th floor balcony of a high-rise on that block. now we're taking a look at the scene right now. some streets are still blocked off as police try to piece together what happened. investigators are not calling this a suicide but don't think foul play was involved at this point. ktvu janine de la ve
and traffic. steve is here. i stepped out the door the roads were wet. >> it's hit and miss. >> a little mist is all i saw. >> it didn't mist at my house. it definitely came in. i think a lot of you are still having some shower activity. a lot of this is heading out of the area. we are not done yet. it will be a partly cloudy, scattered shower day with highs in the 50s. >>> 24 just on the other side of the tunnel we had a solo spinout. chp is there. someone was perhaps driving too fast. also the morning commute is looking good on 680 southbound. let's go tobacco to dave and -- let's go back to dave and pac. >>> streets are blocked off downtown as police investigate the death of a woman. janine de la vega is at the scene this morning with that police are saying about the case. janine. >> reporter: the coroner just arrived here on the scene. we are in downtown san jose at st. james street where one block is blocked off. it goes all the way to san pedro. this investigation death is of a 25-year-old woman. her body is laying here in the street. police say 911 calls started coming in just before 3
, it is tuesday february 5th, i am dave clark. >> and i am pam cook, let's start with steve paulson, a lot of fog today? >> fog down in the deck low clouds and boy i will tell you it is making a strong surge helped along by a weak cold front and temperatures are staying very cool here, mainly 50s. >>> good morning 101 traffic heading to the toll plaza and no problems as you head to the san mateo heading to the high- rise and over to 101 let's go back to dave and pam. >>> police are searching for the hit-and-run driver who hit a mother and two children. it happened on crest view drive in pittsburgh. alex savage is there to tell us about the discovery which could lead to an arrest, alex? >> reporter: investigators were able to find the car they believed was involved in the crash but the driver is nowhere to be found. a mother and two children were making their way across and came here to crest view drive and they were in this crosswalk when the car ploughed into them. it is unclear how fast the driver was going but neighbors say cars are always speeding around here. this was the scene after the cra
steve harrigan is at kennedy space center tonight. >> ten years ago, family member on those on board columbia gathered at kennedy space center to await return of the loved ones. ♪ ♪ >> selfless service of the men and women who lost their lives in the "columbia" accident. >> it came today a decade later in remembrance. for some, the pain still fresh. >> february 1, 2003, became a traumatic, shocking day. anticipating a joyful homecoming of our crew, we were jolted in the viewing area to a nightmarish stroll of fear, uncertainty and horror. that led to a crushing announcement that the crew had perished in reentry. >> nasa marked three of the worst tragedies today. each occurring in the same winter week. in 1967, fire on the launch pad killed three astronauts on board apollo 1. including gus grisham, member of the original mercury program. in 1986, the shuttle acc challenger exploded killing all seven on board, including the first teacher in space. the tragedy witnessed by school children shook the nation. >> i know it's hard to understand that sometimes painful things like this hap
of places. >> that's right, guys. 237, we're gonna start there. steve has been telling us about the fog. we could see this commute rather clearly and now, it kind of looks like a big foggy mess. it looks like we're looking in the middle of a clog. the sunol grade, we can't show you 101 in san francisco. our san rafael camera is all fogged out. let's take a look at the bay bridge. not thick fog here. peace a -- that's a 15 to 17- minute delay. let's talk about contra costa county. pleasant hill, moderate traffic. the drive time between hayward isive ceasing, 20 minutes from 238 to mowry avenue. no major problems on the way. it will still be slow. >>> we have a lot more in the way of clouds. inland temperatures had to deal with some fog. cooler temperatures. even though inland areas, double whammy here. it will be mostly sunny. but that fog heads back to the coast mainly in the 50s. unlike last week, upper 60s to near 70. tomorrow more fog, hazy sunshine. thursday, friday we'll get light rain in here. this is a colder system. it looks like it will be one and done. we start to need some rain.
well. all lanes have just reopened at devil's slide. so that's good news. let's go to steve. >>> colder this morning. mostly clear. a few low clouds around. yesterday was coastal variety. it's colder this morning. it's going to get colder. a lot of sunshine. increasing clouds tomorrow. rain develops, not a lot. a little bit. we haven't had rain since january 23rd. we could use a lot more. there are hints, again, i'm out there on the 15-day outlook, of undercutting of the jet and emerging of the polar jet if that happens, we'll go from very try to very wet. clear skies after some of that patchy low fog deck is around. the system from yesterday, holding together, moving across four corners there. our system will be here tomorrow morning for the north bay. yesterday was 40s to 50 because of that cloud cover. today it's 30s and 40s. half moon bay, 41. santa rosa is 32. napa 33. 30s for many, many locations. a lot, lot colderthis morning. today, though, sunny, upper 50s. a little bit of a northwest direction on the breeze. coast, some of the higher elevations dealing with a bit of a breeze.
85, don't use 280 from 101, it's a mess. it's a messy drive on a friday. let's go to steve. >> also raining in san jose. we are seeing our system go, partly cloudy, cool and breezy today. temperatures though really going to struggle but after today it looks good. coldest area round the noon hour. it's a cold rain san jose at 42, 30s for many, 40s and temperatures here, the system moving south. it's still the wrap around. could give us scattered showers, then maybe going along the 680 corridor. scattered showers, most of them south. it won't be that warm. tonight clearing and cold and we will get more of a north wind. the system is moving -- there is a lot of rain north carolina. that is all moving north. my friend though just wrote me and said rain, snow has turned to rain in new york city so the snow line may be moving north. there is some of that rain. san jose, campbell, some of that though looks to be drive english back toward parts -- loss gatos, saratoga and the santa clara valley, back toward santa cruz and toward monterey. 50s on the temperatures today. 52, 53, i kept -- whe
this wasorm pulling you to the river. >>reporter: now let us pull you captain steve doesn't have a dream job. it's one of a kind job. that's a signature call from 265 foot long huge riff steam boat old technology in new form. >> i think she lost a lot of and a half gate by the seat of the pachbilitys new technology and gps and sharp navigation. newer people don't know how the old people did it. >>reporter: it's a tourist attraction yes but discerning one get away from the superbowl crowds. escape in space and time. 7 miles down and 7 miles back over some of the deepest water of the mississippi. this is no digital rendition that is a giant paddle wheel turning the 16 rpm driven by steam engine so old that it came from another boat in previous century. >> when you start into a job and you like what you do then i guess you can make it life long. >> frankly the working of the antique machine fascinated us. like a living they think. closed system with two boilers for hearts. crew named them thelma and lieu bees because they are so temperamental. >> the glass you can see fire in it. fire p
strategist and former derry deputy campaign manager steve al man dorff and robert trayman. robert, after that bruising 2012 election season, is marco rubio the republican savior. >> well, i don't know if i would go that far, but he's certainly a rising star in the party. here is why. he's coming to the idea thoughtful with a lot of ideas. he's young. he comes from a very good swing state, the state of florida. he obviously is a son of immigrants. he's a minority and he's relevant in people's live. people look at him and say finally someone is thoughtful. finally someone is reasonable. finally someone looks like me in the republican party and also he has ideas. not necessarily i agree with all of his ideas but i'm willing to listen. i'd say he's relevant but i'm not sure he's the savior yet. >> when he was asked, steve, to weigh in on all this 2016 speculation, here is what he told "time." >> i have always viewed politics the following way, if you do a good job at the job you're going, you will have opportunities to do things in the future, maybe things you never envisioned. would democra
was steve young. steve young those t things of those could actually carried with him but he was on the spot. the game could come down to a field goal and that means david >> i do not think there is anythingakers. that i couldn't do at this point. david akers... adjust to go out and try to take your mind out of it. and with at least 13 positive seasons. it is not we are going out in back with a half and flat volleyball and putting it over your shed. >> gary: tomorrow, the harbaugh well each speak. here is john. >> as far as the joint press conference we thought that we would be switching uniforms. >> gary: by this time nobody is laughing all the media are tired, hung over. and they want the game to start. he seems like a really good guy. and i think that he has elevated his brother come offjim.. so he has been coming off with a little bit of jokes here, there, and they will be sharing a stage. jerry rice with randy moss. earlier, this week randy moss said that he was the greatest receiver and football. jerry rice has a majority of the records, and a super bowl rings. so now, they are going t
driving slowly, carrying ethan to a local hospital for testing and observation. the f.b.i.'s steve richardson explains why its hostage rescue team moved in. >> within the past 24 hours negotiations deteriorated and mr. dykes was observed -- was observed holding a gun. at this point, f.b.i. agents fearing the child was in imminent danger entered the bunker and rescued the child. >> reporter: the standoff began last tuesday when dykes allegedly boarded this school bus and demanded hostages. police say when the driver charles poland, jr., refused dykes shot and killed him. dykes grabbed five-year-old ethan and kept him in a 24 square foot underground shelter with electricity, heat and television. police communicated with dykes through a four inch ventilation pipe and they supplied the child with cheese crackers, coloring books and toy cars. cbs news has also learned that the f.b.i.'s hostage rescue team created a diversion, that was the two loud bangs. they went in through the top of the bunker and it was over within seconds. we've also learned at some point during the standoff they i
. sensory overload, accessories. even the some celebrities. ashton kutcher and he is playing steve job s in the steve jobs movie.. the big trend this year is blending physical props to enhance a game. this is a mirror functional pala narrow. you can shoot with your finger and promotes physical activity. anything to get the kids off the couch these days. and one is unique is called eyeballs and that's it.... i also like, you can hang it on the wall. what is so name changer and a game changer. it continues the itouch interface the canopy touch screen case and to see more of the screen and it is open to the public $40, another school shooting. this began with a fight. the student is expected to recover. the suspect is a fellow middle school student and the teacher had a minor injuries. the parents were very shaken they gathered outside the school. and there was a lot of relief that it was not similar with no other students injured. >> a man is still holding that boy hostage in an underground bunker in alabama. he tried to a five- year old off of a school bus. the bus driver was shot after t
green of hightower and cnbc market analyst warren myers are answers right now. good to see you. steve over to you first, 30 seconds on the clock. what's your dollar trade tomorrow? >> we're watching the euro dollar. we think that's the most important thing. the equity markets the tail. we're being wagged around. all about central banks as jim was referring to you earlier on the show. we really think that right now the u.s. is the only central bank towards hinting at ending their quantitative easing so we think if the euro dollar breaks 133 we could see finally a selloff that holds in the u.s. >> thank you so much. mike, you're up, your case on why you think china is worth watching. >> with china's economic growth seemingly back on track and because the markets are closed all of next week for the newyear's holiday, we'll watch again tonight when they release their cpi data. this month it's expected around 2%. if they come in above expectations again, we'll watch very closely to see what the people's bank of china has to say about things like lending curves. obviously this is something that has the
. >> steve, what is the holdup? >> ♪ >> climbed a mountain and i turned around. ♪ well i've been afraid -- >> this budweiser commercial featuring a clydesdale and his former owner won the ad meter title. we want to know which ones you like. go to our facebook page. "news4 today" and post yours. >>> that was one of my favorites. i love the god made a former one and the tribute to jeep. >> it was not that doritos commercial and the goat one. the guy who wants to sell his goat. hilarious. >>> 4:51 is our team. we turn to meteorologist tom kierein to get a look at this, more snowy guess. >> we keep getting these little snow thingies that come on through. >> meteorological term, thingies. >> not much. but enough to coat the ground. between now and then, we've got a partly cloudy sky. there's the washington monument. 28 at reagan national. we've got a calm wind. it was blustery just about the last couple of hours. but the wind has settled down a little bit. the windchill is down as well. as we have the winds blustery north and west of us. clouds are coming and going. it's mostly clear. starti
other things that interceded. then chicago fed president charlie evans is going to sit down with steve liesman at around 8:30 eastern. but don't worry, you don't have to wait until then to hear some interesting voices on the central bank, because on set we're happy to say, stanford professor and former treasury official himself john taylor is here here discuss. let's go to scott. he's got the morning headlines. >> thank you. what might be considered a surprising partnership, yahoo! and google have signed a nonexclusive marketing agreement. retailers in the northeast stocking up on storm goods ahead of an anticipated weekend storm. home depot, target, lowe's among the companies telling cnbc they're taking steps to deal with anticipated increased demand for certain goods that people anticipate they'll be stranded at home because of weather, and it's supposed to be bad in the northeast. >>> standard & poor's has hired a top white collar defense attorney to help fit a $5 billion government lawsuit over ratings. san francisco based john keeker has represented lance armstrong to enron's andr
steve is a longtime documentary filmmaker. we recently featured "one bright shining moment" about senator george mcgovern. we want to bring you an extended look at mumia's early life in philadelphia's black panther party and as a radio reporter. in this excerpt, you hear from mumia abu-jamal's sister and former colleagues. >> it was gone forever. >> the me ask you, what did cash to say before he stepped in the ring question this season, muhammed ali. >> i did not choose the name and i did not want it. i am a homily. >> he had a few great teachers. one who was from kenya talk to the kids in swahili and mumia thought it was super cool. so he decided he was going to take a swahili name. >> i guess that is when i gave him props. you got a new name, this is really great. you dropped your slave name. >> i don't know what his mother thought of it. i'm not sure he insisted that she called him mumia print >> i don't care what you tried to call yourself. you are wesley cook. she fought it for so long. but i know that mumia went through some days where he ignored her calling him was the cook
't they have enough money? steve harrigan is in the south florida newsroom. still no word from loci boy though, i'm bummed. >> no, shepard. no appearance of loci boy yet. it was 1:00 p.m. when police moved in on that 2.5, a bedroom mansion. brought locksmiths with them as well. broke open that iron gate. went inside. no sign of loci boy or seven or eight people also occupying that house. they found a lot of toiletries and a real mess. they pulled that outside and bank of america now has taken possession of that house. they issued a statement which said we appreciate the assistance of local authorities and the patience of neighbors as we work to have the trespassers removed. no word on where loci boy might be. police told us this afternoon they are not looking for him and there is no warrant for his arrest. shepard? >> shepard: loci boy unwittingly a leader of others as there are copy cats now, huh? >> he publicized his exploits on social media. that probably got him the police's attention. but it also has created a phenomenon of copy cats. at least 11 in broward county alone since this story g
and steve jobs. saying he took candidates on a hike. >> meeting in the board room let's meet on the woods. >> and he did that sflt. >> he did. he did. >> zuckerberg learned from jobs mistakes when facebook went public zuckerberg kept a ÷ he can't be fired. >> the fact that spending was way higher than it was. >> the rollout of the search is costing money. he knows they'll bring in cash. he may be a hacker at heart but surrounded himself with a business like cheryl sandberg walters says is good at everything zuckerberg isn't. >> he admits his short coming. very big, i think, in the leadership role. >> michael finney is up next with a service unlike any other. >>> despite weather tomorrow is february 1 and it's time to start thinking about valentine's day flowers. >> yes. there is a lot of competition for business. so michael finney has been looking into some unique services being offered. >> you're going to say why didn't i think of that? sending players is expensive ask how do you know what you paid for is what was sent. >> when sending flowers we have concern that's what we bought and p
adjective other than explosive. >> reporter: steve sanko tells us after a couple of years of flat sales, and rising raw material costs like aluminum and copper, he's more confident in his business, seeing more projects to go after. >> if i had two or three more estimators at this time we would be pumping out more goods, and hopefully win those bids. so that's very encouraging from the stand point of a specialty contractor such as ourselves. >> after the real estate bust and surviving those times, dash door, like a lot of companies relying on that market wasn't looking to add to their employee ranks. it didn't fire anybody during the dark days of the real estate bust but it wasn't adding to payroll either. now it sees busins opportunities in the months ahead. dash door is looking to hire two employees. they've advertised nationally for these two new positions, generating more than 100 applicants. >> reporter: when i saw the resumes coming in i thought the flow would stop after 10. but they came in a steady flow. we had people calling us saying where do i stand? i would say we're still re
have been explosive. there's no other adjective other than explosive. >> reporter: steve sanko tells us after a couple of years of flat sales, and rising raw material costs like aluminum and copper, he's more confident in his business, seeing more projects to go after. >> if i had two or three more estimators at this time we would be pumping out more goods, and hopefully win those bids. so that's very encouraging from the stand point of a specialty contractor such as ourselves. >> after the real estate bust and surviving those times, dash door, like a lot of companies relying on that market wasn't looking to add to their employee ranks. it didn't fire anybody during the dark days of the real estate bust but it wasn't adding to payroll either. now it sees business opportunities in the months ahead. dash door is looking to hire two employees. they've advertised nationally for these two new positions generating more than 100 applicants. >> reporter: when i saw the resumes coming in i thought the flow would stop after 10. but they came in a steady flow. we had people calling us saying where
wondering since when do compliments count as questions. steve kroft admitting that the president keeps coming back to "60 minutes" because the show, quote, won't go out of its way to make him look back. a common complaint during the election with the majority of negative coverage falling on mitt romney according to a new pew poll that found that out. david is the author of spin masters how the need bra ignored the real news and helped reelect barack obama. all right, david. you know what critic also say and some on the left will say look, these polls weighted in a certain direction. they are going to show, of course, that there was more negative coverage because there was just a preponderance. there were nor news outlets coverings. this that's why. what dues to that? >> this is the pew center for people in the press. this isn't a crank outfit we are talking about here. the coverage of romney was incredibly negative compared to the coverage of obamana. and, in fact, if you adjust for the fact that romney won that debate and had to get some positive coverage because of it the coverage se
and the last one with steve young. this is the only super bowl that they have lost. calling kapernick became the first san francisco forty-niner quarterback to throw a net interception and a super bowl. >> the way that game played out, when it was 28 to six in the lights went out. what ever happened, i just knew with jim harbaugh being on the other side and all these years that we have been together that the game was going to be a dogfight right till the end. but those guys were coming back. there is no greater competitor, no greater coach and the national football league or in the world as far as i'm concerned, as jim harbaugh. the way the team played proves it. what they've done of lot past two years as bent on president said. they fought right back to the end. that is who he is and that is to they are and i could not be more proud of him and what he has done here. >> john also said after the game he told jim " i loved him. he said congratulations. " >> dr. phil after the kron4 morning news at 10:00. the man behind the manti te'o fake a girlfriend hoax is breaking his silence. he is sittin
. there is comfort and hope. martha: steve harrigan is live at the kennedy space center in cape canaveral, florida. morning, steve. >> reporter: martha, we're just a few minutes away here from the ceremonies to mark the day of remembrance for men and women who have given their lives in service of space exploration, beginning in 1967 with the apollo 1 tragedy, a fire on board the launch capsule there killed three astronauts, all three on board including gus grissom, who was a member of the mercury program. next in 1986, the space shuttle challenger came apart after just 7 seconds in flight. it was a disaster witnessed by schoolchildren across america. that is because the first teacher in space was one of the seven on board, christa mcauliffe. was later found so have a bad seal in booster rocket. finally in 2003 the space shuttle columbia came apart after a 16-day science mission. among the seven on board was the first israeli astronaut, elan ramon. martha, back to you. martha: steve, thank you. we all remember them today. what a day that was 10 years ago. bill: breaking news now on the attack on ou
: thank you for the call. steve is joining us from minnesota. caller: good morning. you know -- am i on? host: you sure are. caller: the building behind you. when these people get into it, they really screwed up. i do not know. host: ok. we will leave it there. our question, should there be more regulations on this super bowl sunday? a story from politico. if you are watching the game tonight, you will see a 32nd spot. the headline -- " super --2013: bloomberg-founded mayors' group sponsors gun control ad." the ad calls for lawmakers to pass rules requiring background checks. it is narrated by children with "america, the beautiful"playing in the background. where are you calling from? you are on the air. caller: i would like to comment that if the president and government is so worried about injuries a dental health, maybe they should consider the abortion issue and the disproportionate killing of african american babies. host: ok. from "the new republic." he was asked about football injuries at the high school level and the nfl and he said "i am a big football fan, but if i had a son,
a national infrastructure project. we could put people to work. host: steve from twitter -- host: next we're going to charlie. mississippi, independent line. caller: good morning. i am from jackson, where the capital is. i retired in 2009. it is a good thing. i was a civil servant. now in the state house there is legislation where some young republicans want to phase out our state retirement program for civil servants. house bill 486 allows people to just elect, if they want to contribute to like a personal retirement system instead of state retirement. host: as far as your personal plan, is that grandfathered by these proposals from the legislature? caller: most of the bill has been in committee. they grandfathered me in because they have retired -- because i have retired. the same thing will for the retirement system, it will bleed people also. host: you do not have to mention specifics, but do you receive a monthly benefit, then? >> it is -- caller: it is about $1,300. i have saved up about $30,000. i am set up, in a way. host: are you going to take social security? have you? caller: i
. >> steve: keep it tuned to fox and we'll have the "fox & friends" after the show show starting in one second. >> brian: jane me on the radio. >> the search continues for dorner. they still have aerial searches, ground searches and door-to-door searches going on. a lot of assistance from all of our neighboring counties and our police departments. we have k-9 units here. and so far, we have not located hip. >> auld hands on deck for law enforcement agencies expanding their search from the los angeles area a massive manhunt for a ex-officer shooting two officers and killing three people. they found 33-year-old chris dorner's pickup truck and tracks leading away from hit. good morning. i'm rick folbaum here for bill hemmer. >> i'm alisyn camerota in for martha maccallum. thousands of officers span out across three states and mexico they're patrolling off schools and ceiling off neighborhoods. let's listen. >> when i went to get the kids out of the school, there were fbi agents under cover. after i knew who they were i felt better. it was too close to home. it is kind of scary. rick: domin
of technology for children. he also talked about his work with steve jobs' widow, lore reen pal jobs to help kids get better access 0 science and math classes. it runs through sated. >> the changing face of california. ahead, the golden state's demographic shift and when experts say we'll reach 50 million residents. >> have local researchers discovered the fountain of youth in the gene that be cal scientists say could be the key. >> i do believe now that i think 10% of the armed forces have seen the film, i do believe we're going to start to see ching. >> we sit down with jennifer see bolt newsom to talk about her oscar nominated movie and her husband's potential run for governor. we'll be right back. >> you know her name by now. gin fer siebel newsom married to lieutenant governor gavin newsom. but her latest project has her grabbing her own headlines. >> tonight she talks about her film that gives a voice to film nominated for an oscar. mar lateral tellez has the story you'll see only on nbc. >> the film has put the department of defense in a position where they had to really take action b
condition. rob fladeboe, kron 4. the quarterback super bowl champion steve young thinks colin kaepernick is capable of winning one of his own. the ravens had no trouble getting to alex smith in last season's 16-6 win over the 49ers. they sacked him nine times. young doesn't see that happening with kaepernick, especially because of the 49ers' sturdier offensive line. kaepernick's ability to extend plays with his legs won't hurt either. >> this just in to the kron 4 news room base suicide bomber has been detonated an explosive device in turkey. there are two people dead local media as saying that they were dead with a security guard of the entrance. police officials have said that this is a still ongoing investigation. we do not know if these military guards were americans. the james lick is moving well. don't wait for presidents' day to save on a new mattress. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. plus, free delivery, set-up, and removal of
time tin you um. >> stephanie: all right. steve doocy. >> days after retirement of hillary clinton, somebody launched a new website of her, showing off this glamorous new face. facelift, perhaps? but her aids say it is simply a way to reach here. >> stephanie: is this a facelift three days after she appeared on television. >> right. [ overlapping speakers ] >> rand paul is enough to make anybody look better in a photo. >> stephanie: exactly. and by the way she is wearing glasses because of the head injury obviously. >> and was gretchen carlson even sitting there? >> stephanie: yeah, like you say it's open season on hilary before she has even announced. >> over the last four years they have come up with ways to do their racist dog whistles is there a way to full this card in the same fashion. are they just going to say hilary is not like us down there. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. oh, dick morris on piers morgan. oooooooooh. >> i had a wonderful talk with roger ailes who i really respect a week ago, and he said nothing is final on the table -- i was wrong at
should be put away. thank you. >> steve is an independent caller in michigan. >> i want to repeat what the last gentleman said. i'm a junkie on these things. this hearing demonstrated the highest kinds of ways our government should work. the questions were on point, there's was little grandstanding. there was no politicking that i could see. people did have their points compared to the haguele hearings last week. this was the highest and i'm afraid the ones for hagel had to do with the quality of the candidates, particularly, mr. brennan. >> given the fact that was sensitive information. do you feel like you learned a lot from the hearing? caller: yes, i guess i learned more about brennan than i knew. he appears to be, at least by reputation in the way they talked about him that he's not going to be so secretive as some of the past c.i.a. directors have been. i'm sure there are things he committed to that he went be able to do. >> he spent time in the c.i.a. and he was former executive deputy director from 2001-2003. bill is on the republican line. bill, hello. caller: how are you? >>
montana. democratic governor steve bullock delivered this update on his state. he spoke for about 40 minutes. [applause] >> lieutenant governor walsh, mr. president, mr. speaker, members of the 63rd legislature, governor and mrs. babcock, honored members of the judiciary, my fellow statewide officials, tribal leaders, members of my cabinet, and my fellow mon tannans. lisa, caroline, alex and cameron, my name is steve and i work for the state. [laughter] [applause] i like those 12,000 other coworkers arrived at the job site each day it serve the people of montana. it is an honor and a pleasure to be the public servant entrusted with giving this address. any changes of administration naturally will bring changes to the governor's mansion. changes in substance, changes in style, changes in perspective. with the bullocks moving into the neighborhood, some of those changes are unavoidable. you know, it's been 40 years since the predominant noise eminating from the governor's mansion has been the sound of children. children laughing, singing, shouting, playing, just being kids. that noise
we added a forward into the book. then again from steve forbes, another good friend, was working on the european crisis at the time and was trying to make sense of certain aspects. cs -- he came out and said this is a must-read. now, my way of thinking he left out some southern european countries that might also get something out of it, but it's easy to let's see why f. why so many people need to know what bill doesn't have renewed their much to do with it in terms of doing it. now everyone knows that bill spends 53 years at. now, i have heard over 50, 55 today. so we're going to go with over 50. that is a considerable amount of time. when you think about that time frame and going back, he was a devout disciple of a late and great chairman and of citi. again, when you talk about bill and you talk about walter, you talk about icons in this field. now, every single treasury secretary would come to see walter. and there were problems in argentina. there were problems in uruguay, problems in peru, problems in brazil, problems in mexico, problems in jamaica, problems and panama, and t
by the press in which he said steve brought to the energy department a unique understanding of both the urgent challenge presented by climate change and the tremendous opportunity that clean energy represents for our economy. the statement went on to say i'm grateful that he joined to my cabinet and i wish him all of the best in his future endeavors. a quick reminder we have live coverage coming up here on c-span2. and about 40 minutes we will have a discussion on the conflict in northern mali ouis many years ago louis brandeisott wrote that the most important office in a democracy is the office of citizen. a democracy of course is rootedf and based in the notion of ansos enlightened citizenry to read some of us think that democracy is defined by the ritual votings of course in voting it is dem important inoc a democracy. voting takes place all over then world. it takes place in democracies.n it takes place in dictatorships. it takes place in a totalitarian societies. voting alone doesn't mean we live in a free society. fre we live in a free society when it is based on an enlightened citizenry
is steve from new jersey on our line for independents. he has a son who caller: is adopted -- he has a son who was adopted. caller: we adopted our son 17 years ago from canada. he is almost 18 years old, and i'm finding that the paperwork -- i'm finding the paperwork, and he is not considered -- he is illegal actually. the judge and everything died, and now we are trying to go through a lawyer to try to find something that we can do before he becomes 18 years old to make sure that everything is ok. do you have any answers for me? guest: i hope you will contact our organization after this call. up until the year 2000, our laws or not structured assets that make it that when a child was adopted by a u.s. citizen, there were confirmed as the citizenship of their parents. congress realize that in 2000 and passed the child citizenship act, but as you said, children who were not aware of that or did not benefit from it are still in this position of being here illegally. congress is aware of situations like your son's and helping to address it legislatively speaking next year, but there are thing
in charge steve richardson talking about the 5-year-old rescued in alabama, 5-year-old named oath than. it was very complex, very sensitive ordeal as you know. agents dealing with suspect who shot and killed a bus driver and kidnapped the 5-year-old and held him hostage in a bunker for nearly a week. agents were working round-the-clock to get him out safely and they succeeded but how did they do it? joining us a retired fbi agent and mary ellen o'toole, retired fbi profiler and author of the book, dangerous instincts, how gut feelings betray us all. speaking about gut feelings, this really rattled a lot of us. for many of us this seemed to be a dangerous situation from the very beginning. tell us about the moment when as a negotiator you know that the only course here is to go in? how do you know that? tell us about that. >> well, it was a very dangerous situation and sensitive from the very beginning, and as part of this case what would have happened is the anticipating of looking for certain behaviors as the case evolved. so when they saw it, they would know, this is the time, this i
armey and candidate steve forbes in the '90s and again it did not go anywhere. then convinces idea may not work he traduced the flat tax was graduated rates and that is still popular from the american enterprise institute. that idea is still around also. the fair tax, retail sales tax, and then there is an interesting plan which is the value-added tax to collect most of the revenue but then must have a higher exemption level much like the original income tax of 1913 from world war ii. why do people advocate consumption tax? some say it is economic growth and competitiveness because you removed the tax with a return for savings and investment. competitiveness, and did exams exports with the business tax variety. the fairness issues they were the ones that were stressed that the idea of fairness consumption tax better measures income to pay over somebody's life time in contrast where people with the same present value of lifetime income and it discriminates against people who discriminate later in life the earnings pattern are such they earned earlier in life and have to say if more to s
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